December issues of different magazines
Prime Weekly Edition Vol. 2 No. 43, December 10, 1987
On the Cover: Maria Cecilia "Cecille M. Maningas
Disyembre 10 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
Noong Disyembre 10, 1898, ang Treaty of Paris ay nilagdaan ng United States at Spain kung saan ipinauubaya na ng mga Kastila ang pag-angkin at pamamahala ng kaniyang mga koloniya kabilang ang Pilipinas sa kamay ng mga Amerikano. Nagprotesta ang Malolos Republic ni Heneral Emilio Aguinaldo sa kasunduang ito na humahadlang sa pagkakaroon ng Pilipinas ng kasarinlan.
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Ang Metropolitan Theater ay itinatag sa Manila noong Disyembre 10, 1931. Bahagya itong nasira noong World War II at, noong 1978, isinaayos ito sa tulong at pagpupunyagi ng Unang Ginang Imelda R. Marcos.
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SULYAP SA NAKARAAN
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ng Espesyal Komiks Blg. 109, Disyembre 10, 1956,
ang kuwento ni Mars Ravelo na “Eternally” na iginuhit ni Elpidio Torres.
Personalities and celebrities born on December 10:
1908 – Loretor Paras-Sulit, writer and civic worker – in Ermita, Manila (d. April 23, 2008).
1932 – Lauro Delgado (real name Loreto Gonzales Porciuncula), actor – in Bundukan, Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan (d. January 15, 1978).
1938 – Alfredo Logronio Benipayo, lawyer, professor, bar reviewer and government official – in Manila.
1948 – Eman Lacaba (full name Emmanuel Agapito Flores Lacaba), playwright, poet, scriptwriter, songwriter and activist – in Cagayan de Oro (d. March 18, 1976).
1953 – Ramon Naval Guico Jr, politician – in Binalonan, Pangasinan.
1961 – Nia Peeples (full name Virenia Gwendolyn Rubic Peeples), American singer and actress of Filipino descent – in Hollywood, California.
1973 – Nicholas “Nic” Belasco, basketball player – in Stockholm, California.
1984 – Krista Ranillo (real name Cristella Lauren Tupaz Ranillo), actress and model – in Quezon City.
on the covers of FHM Philippines (August 2008) and Maxim Philippines (March 2009).
1985 – Vincent Mendoza Bueno, singer and composer – in Vienna, Austria.
Taylor Swift’s third music album, Speak Now, was released on October 2010. On its first week alone it has sold more than one million copies. Do you know that Swift wrote all the songs in this album? There are 14 songs in this album: the carrier single “Speak Now,” “Mine,” “Sparks Fly,” “Back to December,” “Dear John,” “Mean,” “The Story of Us,” “Never Grow Up,” “Enchanted,” “Better Than Revenge,” “Innocent,” “Haunted,” “Last Kiss,” at “Long Live.”
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